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FIRS to Employ 7,500 Graduates, 5,000 Non-Graduates

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, says the Federal Government plans to recruit about 7,500 graduates as Community Tax Liaison Officers to create tax...

Benue Workers Begin One Week Warning Strike Over Non-Payment of Salary Arrears

Benue state chapter of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), has declared a one week warning strike over non-payment of salary arrears to workers in...

N-Power Calls on Volunteers to Write Test Before Deadline

The Federal Government’s empowerment scheme, N-Power, on Tuesday, directed its volunteers who have not written their tests to log in and do so. According to...
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Delta Partners World Bank , EU On Job Creation

Worried by the high unemployment rate in Delta state, The Secretary to the state Government, Mr Festus Ovie Agas has reiterated the determination of...

N-Power Shifts Assessment Tests for Teachers to August 9

N-Power, the Federal Government's youth empowerment scheme, has shifted the online test for the N-Power Teach to August 9. They revealed this information in a...

Nigeria Immigration Service to Employ Over 1,100 Officers

In order to fill the spaces left by over 2,000 officers sacked by the Federal Government, the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), said they would recruit...

One Week After Opening of Portal, N-Power Get 1m Applicants

The Federal Government has said that since the opening of registration portal for it N-Power programme, over 1.1 million Nigerians have registered.   According to the Senior...

Revenue Drive: FG to Employ 7,500 Graduates

The Federal Government is set to recruit over 7, 500 graduates as Community Tax Liaison Officers to raise tax awareness among Nigerians. Speaking in a...
LASTMA Dismiss 20 Officials

LASTMA Dismisses 20 Officials Over Misconduct, Indiscipline

Over 20 officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, (LASTMA) have been dismissed for reported cases of extortion, misconduct and indiscipline.   Also, twenty others...

50% of Nigerian Graduates Earn 50, 000 As Monthly Salary -Stutern

Over 50 per cent of Nigerian graduates are said to be earning N50, 000 or less, according to a study conducted by Stutern –a...

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